Alabama: Caney Creek Falls
Located in Bankhead National Forest in northern Alabama, this waterfall gently cascades down into a picture-perfect swimming hole. The trail to reach it is a fairly easy 1.5-mile hike, but the passage down into the mossy canyon can be slippery, so hikers will need to use caution. The waterfall is beautiful year-round, but particularly during high water periods, when a second fall appears to the right of the main flow, adding to the spot’s beauty. Though you might imagine Caney Creek falls to be a standard example of a gushing, natural waterfall, these facts about the world’s most incredible waterfalls will explain why every fall is different.
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